hydration

It's that time of year when a lot of us are traveling. How do you stay healthy? Here are my tips for staying vibrant, healthy, and enjoying the holidays whether it be by car or plane.
Drinking cold water during an intense workout is a good idea, according to new research from sports nutritionists. Cold water keeps your core temperature down and can help your performance.
We all know dehydration is bad for you, but did you know it directly impairs both your motor and cognitive abilities? Scientists recently proved this with a group of golf players.
Halloween is my favorite holiday, but the bombardment of chocolate and goodies could be considered a bad thing. Here are my top ten tips for those of you trying to lean up during the holiday.
Does it matter what temperature your water is during a workout? Is there an advantage to drinking cold versus room temperature water? Science takes a look and the answer is not so simple.
A recent study suggests water with high concentrations of calcium and bicarbonate can improve hydration and improve pH balance in athletes after short term anaerobic exercise.
Have you read about the magic chia seeds the Tarahumara Indians eat before running hundreds of miles? Find out what chia seeds are and how you can incorporate them into your nutrition.
We all know how important it is to drink water, but sometimes drinking water can feel like a chore. SodaStream home soda makers offer an excellent solution to this problem.
A recent review published in the Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research looked through numerous studies to determine what might be the best recovery drink for endurance and team-sport athletes.
Has it occurred to you today that you are thirsty? Guess what – by the time you experience the sensation of the thirst, you are already dehydrated. Find out how drinking water can change your life.